Archive | March, 2011
From Soup-erman To Clark Kan’t

From Soup-erman To Clark Kan’t

… But my eyes, my vision… that would make a much more suitable power. I could see things, things off in the distance. I could make people trip by staring at them hard enough. This had an effective rate of about 1 in 20 times, so it seemed pretty effective to me. I could make traffic lights change within about 2 to 3 minutes of staring at them correctly. I was a regular cape-wearing, mother-fucking, bad-ass super hero.

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Soupy’s Spotlight – Jay Larson

Soupy’s Spotlight – Jay Larson

Comedian, Jay Larson taps into some of those childhood fears that have somehow stuck with us in his Comedy Central Presents special which is OnDemand this month on Verizon Fios. Hailing from Stoneham, Mass., Jay mixes his wildly imaginitive streak with some keen observations to provide material with definite mass appeal. I laughed hysterically during his half-hour special, and look forward to seeing the next one. To me it was more than a stand-up act – it was a performance.

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Music Friday Again?  Already?

Music Friday Again? Already?

Sometimes the best way to get something out of your head is to put it in someone else’s. Consider this a musical chain letter. Sorry.

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Guest Post – Meet Brian From Studio PCK

Guest Post – Meet Brian From Studio PCK

It’s a wonderful thing when your kids have other kids to play with that live as close as next door or across the street. But it’s even better when those other kids’ parents are people that you enjoy hanging out with too. And pretty fucking rare.

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RIP – Mike DeStefano

RIP – Mike DeStefano

Comedian Mike DeStefano passed away yesterday at the age of 44, reportedly suffering a heart attack. Mike was a finalist on last season’s Last Comic Standing, and he was just an honest and funny guy. And one hell of a story teller. Mike appeared regularly on the Opie & Anthony Show. He will be missed.

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Soupy’s Spotlight – Ramzy Sweis

Soupy’s Spotlight – Ramzy Sweis

* Open Mic Nite *

I’m not beyond giving people credit for “getting up there.” I tried it. The first time was simutaneously exhilirating and nerve-wracking, and I don’t remember a second of it. The second time was torture. And I’m funny.

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